A district court in Kiev Oblast has accepted a lawsuit which is setting a precedent in Ukraine. The plaintiff seeks compensation in bitcoin for “moral damages” caused by law enforcement officials. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled after the presiding judge found no legal grounds to reject the claim. Also read: Lawsuit Challenges Google’s Ban […]
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Every January 1 a deluge of new laws take effect across the country, more than 200 of these new laws were added to the books in Illinois alone. Illinois state rep Mark Batinick said, “We passed bills that talk about things like how we label fish on a menu. I … Continue reading →
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